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Last updated 2:22 PM on 8 November 2013

We woke up early on a Tuesday morning and met at the Cronulla ferry wharf. After a short wait for the ferry we arrived in the charming coastal town of Bundeena. The walk through Bundeena which left us at the start of the Coastal Track was short and filled with anticipation for the great walk ahead. The pace we set down the first section of the track was blisteringly fast and we arrived at Wattamolla in absolutely no time at all, after a quick lunch we headed back onto the track to continue our walk. We absolutely blazed down the next section of track and in what seemed like no time at all, we arrived at our campsite in North Era. After a gourmet meal for dinner, we had an early night because we were so tired from the past day.

The next morning we woke up early and quickly packed up our tents and headed back down the track. After what seemed like hours trudging through rainforest we arrived at Otford station and after a short wait for everyone to regroup we got on the train and headed back to Sutherland. Many thanks to Mr Parker and Mrs Middleton for taking us and Mr Bruce for organising the great walk.

Students from Caringbah High School enjoying their Duke of Ed camp. Students on the Duke of Ed camp stopping for a break. 

Students walking through the bush on the Duke of Ed camp. A group of students going home after the Duke of Ed walk.